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Mad Scientist Mad Scientist is a Magic/Herblore themed boss found to the West of Mors Terra The Gear/Stats Equipment - Blue Dragonhide or better regardless of Combat Type used. The better your Magic Defense the less food you'll use. Melee - Should have atleast 60 Attack/Strength/Defense and a dragon weapon. Range - Rune/Addy crossbow or better Magic - Not recommended but any Wave or Ancient spell will be fine. The Plan Mad Scientist has 3 Attacks: Potion Throw Undead Hands Science never FAILS His regular attack is Potion Throw. Use Protect Magic the entire fight and combined with your AntiMagic armor you should be fine. You may go entire fights without taking damage or much. His two special Attacks: Undead Hands and Science never FAILS both hit VERY hard and can not be protected against by prayer, however they can be avoided. This is why Range and melee are more recommended attack styles, because the attack animations are short enough to allow you to move quickly. Undead Hands can hit you in any spot, and there is no predictable animation for it. This hits anywhere from 5 damage to 30 damage. Science never FAILS is almost always predicated by him yelling as in the picture above. You have about 3 seconds to move before it hits you. Occasionally if you hit him as he is supposed to yell it will not happen, but 9/10 times he will yell before this attack. It can hit upwards of 40+ damage. The plan is to attack 2-3 times and then move atleast two spaces in any direction, UNLESS he yells the Science attack and then move immediately (within the 3 second window). Moving one space you can still get hit by the Science attack, but two spaces you are always safe. You will get into the pattern quickly. Hit twice. Move below him. Hit twice. Move to the other side. If he yells move again, even if you are in the process of moving just take another couple steps. The Drops
Hello and welcome to my Fishing guide. Fishing is one of the more important skills when it comes to becoming self-reliant on Krator. Without a steady food supply you will not be able to progress in the game nearly as fast, and will spend a lot of your profit margins in resupplying. It can also act as a nice money maker, as many players will constantly be buying food. Starting out In order to start fishing, there is a 25k coin requirement in order to purchase a small net. Once you have completed the pre-requisite of obtaining 25,000 coins, then the great fact is that is all the GP you will ever need in order to max out fishing. You will go to home, and find the NPC known as "Peasant Owner" .  - Location of the Peasant Owner NPC Locations You will stay in the home area for 100% of the fishing skill. You will start on the north west side of the pond that lies south of the bank, and work your way around until you end on the east side, where you can catch sharks. XP Rates And Requirements 195 XP - Shrimp - Lvl 1 325 XP - Anchovies - Lvl 15 1,105 XP - Tuna - Lvl 35 1,365 XP - Lobsters - Lvl 40 1,625 XP - Swordfish - Lvl 50 1,950 XP - Sharks - Lvl 76 ***These rates can be improved when using the Angler Outfit, which is obtained randomly while fishing. I highly recommend always having the outfit worn while fishing as it will increase your XP/hr. Note - You will only receive the bonus if you have all four items equipped. Fastest XP Rates The path you choose to reach level 99 is ultimately up to you. From my personal experience, this is the path I would recommend. Lvl 1-35 -> Small net fish (shrimps and anchovies) Lvl 35-76 -> Harpoon fish (tuna and swordfish) Continue to harpoon fish if you want to reach faster cooking levels, due to swordfish giving a higher xp reward than sharks and also have a decreased burn rate Level 76-99+ ->Fishing Sharks Best Profit Margins I left this part in mainly for continuity between other possible guide's I will be creating. It is straight forward. The higher the fish, the more GP you will expect to be traded per fish. Sharks can generate over 100k GP per inventory, making them an extremely quick way to make some good starting money. Assuming you also have high enough cooking to have low burn rates. Thank you for taking the time to read my guide. I hope it helps your progression in the great game of Krator. Happy fishing!